2013-06-03

General Electric Offering Lighting Solutions in Myanmar

General Electric has signed a memorandum of understanding with Lighting Co Specialist, a franchisee of Krislite (Singapore), to explore the distribution of GE lighting solutions in Myanmar, its ninth market in Asean. GE's solutions include LED (light-emitting diode) units for signage, architectural lighting, transport lighting, and display and general lighting. This week, the company also signed a letter of intention with Partners Associates, a Myanmar provider of integrated technology solutions, to market GE's Durathon storage solutions for the local telec...
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2012-01-20

General Electric Launches New LED Outdoor Lights

General Electric (GE) has launched a new range of long-life LED outdoor lights, which offer up to 50 000 hours, or up to ten years, in regular operating conditions. The new-generation LED Area Lighter lumi- naires are suited to car parks, pedestrian zones or for general illumination. The optical ring design also produces vertical illuminance, efficiently delivering the required amount of light without spilling into neighbouring areas. For street and highway illumination, the new LED Road R250 luminaires have an advanced optical system that improves the uniformity of th...
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2011-12-26

General Electric’s 9-watt Energy Smart LED Llight Bulbs under the Test

Recently, 9-watt Energy Smart LED light bulbs from General Electric are tested in an oven at the lighting group's Nela Park headquarters in East Cleveland, Ohio. Republicans in Congress and Americans have reached a deal to postpone until October enforcement of energy standards that many fear will be the end of 100-watt bulbs and fill stores with those more expensive curlicue fluorescent lightbulbs. Environmentalists thought the delay was not a bright move....
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2010-10-28

The CEO of Lighting Science Analyzed Its LED Industry Tendency

According to Gibler, the CEO of Lighting Science Group Corp. at an interview in Bloomberg headquarters in New York, the company has attracted potential buyers seeking to make use of increasing sales in energy-efficient lighting.
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2010-04-09

GE Fast Forwards to Future of LED Lighting

GE Unveils unique LED bulb designed to distribute light like an incandescent bulb, last 17 years
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2008-12-02

GE Ends Development of Incandescent Bulbs, Focuses on LEDs and OLEDs

General Electric has decided to end all plans for revitalizing their century-old incandescent bulbs. Instead, it plans to focus on LEDs and OLEDs.
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2008-10-17

New printers use light-emitting sheets

Newly invented machines are now capable of printing "sheets" of light, which have found themselves in some business buildings in recent weeks. The light printers use eight-inch wide sheets of organic LEDs, or OLEDs, and cover them with a layer of metal foil. When electric currents run through the sheet, they produce a soft blue-white glow.
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2008-07-28

LEDs are replacing some light bulbs gradually

Recently, the Sentry Equipment Corp. in Oconomowoc, Wis., was considering how to light its new factory, the company's president, Michael Farrell decided to try LEDs. At last he chose to light the building's exterior and most of its interior with LEDs, a light source that many bulb manufacturers are now convinced will supplant incandescent and compact fluorescent bulbs.
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Cree announces the commercial availability of the XLamp® XD16 LED, the industry’s first Extreme Density LED, which delivers up to 5 ½ times higher lumen density than Cree’s previous generation of high power LEDs.

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LG Innotek today announced that the company has developed the world's first 100mW (mill watts) UV-C LED. This development is 2 years ahead of the industry forecast that predicted its development would be successful by 2020.

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